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Mum Careema said it was 'frightening' to think what could've happened if baby Olivia had woken up. Picture: Contributed

Thieves burgled room while baby was sleeping

Crime

Cameron House hotel fire: two guests killed and 200 evacuated

News
The incident occurred in Bruntsfield. Picture: Google Maps

Man punched in attempted robbery in Bruntsfield

Crime

Rapist jailed for 9 years thanks to dead victim’s evidence

Edinburgh

Bus driver scrunched up boy’s child ticket and ordered him off

News

Sumatran tiger Baginda has died at Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh

Hearts 4, Celtic 0: Jam Tarts crush Hoops’ unbeaten run

Hearts
The Tesco lorry was parked at a pedestrian crossing. Picture: Submitted

Drivers charged by police as boy escapes collision with minor injuries

Edinburgh

Brian Monteith: Why 20mph is the wrong speed limit

Brian Monteith
Liam Rodgers died in unexplained circumstances. Pictures: Contributed

Lantern tribute planned for boy found dead in Edinburgh flat

Southside
It's time to end the isolation of homelessness

Edinburgh Cheer: It’s time to eradicate the isolation felt by people sleeping rough in Edinburgh

Edinburgh 2
Professor Malcolm Dunlop

Malcolm leading fight against cancer

News
A six year old has won a competition to design councillors Christmas cards.

Christmas boost for brave boy with brain tumour

News
Caroline McKay is helping charity work in Ethiopia

Caroline runs for funds in education

News
Alison Shearer plays a vital role at The Scotch Whisky Experience

Alison toasts her rising star success

News
Vikki Spence receive's The OUs Graduate Award. Pic: Ian Georgeson

Leith mum honoured with Open University Graduate Award

Education

One-off Alexander McCall Smith poem under auction for Eric Liddell charity

News

Andrew heads up top property group

News

Princess Royal honours Elsie Inglis in Edinburgh

Health

Real Lives: Erin celebrates hotel scholarship

News
One of the prostitutes was picked up from a street near Leith Police Station. Picture: TSPL

Rapist jailed for 9 years thanks to dead victim’s evidence

Edinburgh
The incident occurred in Bruntsfield. Picture: Google Maps

Man punched in attempted robbery in Bruntsfield

Crime
The News spent time with the police and volunteers as they helped people with minor injuries, freeing up A&E for more serious cases. Picture: Wullie Marr

Volunteers abused trying to help drunk revellers on city streets

Crime
Mum Careema said it was 'frightening' to think what could've happened if baby Olivia had woken up. Picture: Contributed

Thieves burgled room while baby was sleeping

Crime

Ch Supt Kenny Macdonald: Out on the beat in our Winter City

Crime

Men posing as gas workers rob 84-year-old man in own home

Crime

Paedophile worked as a caretaker in West Lothian community hall

Our Region

Police hunt thieves who stole cash from rugby club function

Crime
The Tesco lorry was parked at a pedestrian crossing. Picture: Submitted

Drivers charged by police as boy escapes collision with minor injuries

Edinburgh
The scene outside The Balmoral Hotel today. Picture: Jon Savage

Man hit by masonry from Balmoral Hotel on Princes Street

Edinburgh 1
A Virgin  West Coast train

Virgin Trains strike hits services to Scotland

News 2
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson launched the Festive Drink Drive campaign with Deputy Chief Constable Iain Livingstone and Chief Superintendent Stewart Carle. 



Picture by Chris James

Motorists given zero tolerance drink drive warning over Christmas

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Leith Walk's armadillo devices to help with separation were removed last week, Picture: ALISTAIR LINFORD

Campaigners to form human chain to highlight Leith cycle lane safety

Transport 10
Neil Renilson. Picture: Julie Bull

‘Corrupt payments’ claim at Edinburgh tram inquiry

Transport 7

Tributes paid to ‘beautiful mum’ killed in Dalkeith Road collision

Edinburgh 2

Woman knocked down in Dalkeith road accident dies in hospital

Edinburgh

Revealed: Final cost of Edinburgh trams scheme will be £1 billion

Edinburgh 17

Edinburgh tram inquiry: Chief denies figures were manipulated

Transport 3
Oaklands pupils have used the service. Picture: Submitted

Anger over move to reduce playscheme provision for disabled children

Edinburgh
Rod Grant with his pupils in the grounds of Clifton Hall School. Picture: Jon Savage

Scots private school headteacher ‘betrayed’ by SNP rates hike

Politics 6

Edinburgh school fails to fill vacancies at second attempt

Edinburgh 3
Dani Dinwoodie with pupils Dougie Barton 11 and Luca Dinwoodie 11. Picture: Ian Georgeson

School merger branded ‘nightmare before Christmas’

Edinburgh

Free childcare expansion ‘need up to 800 new staff’

Edinburgh

Plan to move Edinburgh’s Gaelic secondary to Drummond High

Education 7

John McLellan: The charity of private schools benefits us all

Opinion 2

Stewart’s-Melville College rugby player suffers serious head injury in final

Rugby union
Cameron Millar crowdfunded for a bionic hand. Picture: Contributed

Edinburgh bionic hand boy feels ‘like Star Wars hero’

Health
Michael Wilczynski (71) lies on the ground after slipping on ice

Crews at breaking point as pensioner in three-hour wait after ice fall

News 6
Hospital patients have been sent home without an appropriate care package

Lothian hospital patients sent home without care package

News
Resident 
Margaret Black with her niece Janice Warden. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Care resident’s niece: ‘Where is my aunt going to go?’

News
Patients Jos and Beau Rendall mark the official start of the construction at a sod cutting ceremony. Picture: Gordon Fraser

Criticism as Sick Kids opening faces fresh delays

News
Edinburgh's New Sick Kids Hospital opening delayed.

Opening of new Sick Kids Hospital delayed again

Health
Sammy Halliday, 9, and Becca North, 10, at Forthview Primary School's breakfast club (Picture: Toby Williams)

Steve Cardownie: Breakfast clubs must be preserved

Opinion

Edinburgh boy, 10, gets bionic limb in time for Christmas

Health

The Sick Kids Christmas video that’s melting Edinburgh hearts

Edinburgh

Vigil for teen rugby star in coma after Murrayfield collapse

News 1

Children’s ward set for another staff shortage closure

Edinburgh
King's Panto, Glasgow

Five shows in five days my panto tour is behind me

Opinion
William will sleep on the frozen streets of Edinburgh tonight

Euan McGrory: Woeful Scotrail train journeys put people off public transport

Opinion 2
Chief Superintendent Kenny Macdonald is Divisional Commander for Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Ch Supt Kenny Macdonald: Out on the beat in our Winter City

Crime
A different way of working is needed to tackle rough sleeping. Picture: John Devlin

Iain Whyte: We need to do better for Edinburgh’s homeless

Opinion

Kevin Buckle: And the next big thing in Scottish pop music will be ...

Opinion

Kevin Buckle: Support your local high street

Opinion 1

Helen Martin: The problem with unstaffed libraries

Opinion

Helen Martin: Why this Budget was the best in 64 years

Opinion 2
The 150ft Melville Monument at St Andrew Square. Picture; TSPL

Slavery row over St Andrew Square plaque for Melville

Politics 2
Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Scotland hits Syrian refugee target three years early

News 2
A different way of working is needed to tackle rough sleeping. Picture: John Devlin

Iain Whyte: We need to do better for Edinburgh’s homeless

Opinion
Rod Grant with his pupils in the grounds of Clifton Hall School. Picture: Jon Savage

Scots private school headteacher ‘betrayed’ by SNP rates hike

Politics 6
Derek Mackay made courageous decisions on tax (Picture: Lisa Ferguson)

Helen Martin: Why this Budget was the best in 64 years

Opinion 2

What will the Scottish Budget mean for cuts in Edinburgh?

Business 4
Linesman Douglas Ross ran the line at the Nou Camp earning nearly �2000. Picture: SNS/Craig Foy

Tory MP Douglas Ross declares nearly £7000 in refereeing role

Politics 1

Councillors approve Waterfront development at Ocean Terminal

Edinburgh 8

Ruth Davidson hints at switch from Holyrood to Westminster

Politics 2

Ian Murray: There’s only one way to solve this Brexit crisis

Opinion 1

Care resident’s niece: ‘Where is my aunt going to go?’

News
King's Panto, Glasgow

Five shows in five days my panto tour is behind me

Opinion
Veteran guga hunter Dods MacPh�rlain at Sulaisgeir. PIC: MacTV/BBC Alba.

Life of the Hebridean guga hunters revealed in new TV show

Entertainment

Cameron House hotel fire: two guests killed and 200 evacuated

News
The ubiquitous Amazon parcel

Kevin Buckle: Support your local high street

Opinion 1
Tourists on the Royal Mile. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Edinburgh’s tourism grown let down by ‘a lack of ambition’

Edinburgh 7